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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, ffdvimSer THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY Producing Quality from Quality GOOD whisky can no mora made from POOR grain than blood can be drawn from a stood. grain for making "SPECIAL RYE WHISKY Is the kind that wins gold medals and awards. The kind bought by FEW who willing to'pay the price ONLY kind good, enough Whan tho hum of thresher has ceased on fruitful Western Prairie, thousands upori .thousands of bushels of Nature's. cholciet" pour, the con- tinent In a golden stream direct to our own elevator. Shipped under the watchful eye of. our .expert grain buyer, every bushel must "grade up to sample" on delivery. There's the life and soul of this choice graln.oorked up in every bottle of Corby's Selected" Rye Whisky. Try for flavor's sake. Sold tvctywhere by and liquor, stores the H. Corby Distillery Company sr Head Offices: Montreal. "Corby's of Corbyvllte for Over Straight Commission Is Only Businesslike Plan (Continued from front page) MISTAKE. IN PAPERS Toronto, 'Nov. hundred; and twenty-seven' foreigners residing- here Have, just made 'the painful that the papers made out-a'few days ago are no good. .The were filled out he-, fore J." iV Cowan; signing the .forms, allowed "his clerk to .affix his signature. When the dis- covery was .made Judge Winchester notified the men' that their natural- ization papers were not good. They cannot, get naturalized now in. time to vole. CONFERENCE AT LONDON Nov. the invitation of the Imperial .government the Im- perial- conference- on' education is con- vened to-meet in 1911, the coronation festivities. RAMSEY Produce Brokers Grain .and Produce by prices. Phone 676, :P.. 0. Box 2060, MAJESTIC; THEATRE'BLDG. Ripiey.Iransfer Braying "promptly Hay and grain 'for quantity: 586. Office Opposite. ..Methodist .Church, .AUCTION SALES Conducted on short notice. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. Live.stock and .implements a .specialty. J. A. .Smith, .414 Wood St., Lethbridge, Alberta.' sales .at -Graves'-Sale'Barn, Wood St, oh the second !and fourth Tuesday, oi each month. The Waddington- c1! i I n iJlUCtiCj GRAIN MERCHANTS I Timothy, Alfalfa, Eroine and Fpland Pats, Wheat, Bran, Soiled-and Chopped Grain ;and- Potatoes- alwavs in stock. Office, Johnson Blk. Phone 422 Warehouse: Rear of Dallas 683 Goal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Company LONG BROS., Proprietors. Office next Arcade, Phone 1163. W. L, McKENZIE CO. Third Avenue ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES FIXTURES AND SHADES Wiring for light and power, ignition supplies, bells, tele- phones, annunciators. Repairs promptly attended to. Aldermen Too Busy "Under the .present council the aldermen are all busy and t is Impossible for them to go into aetails of city work and know all ab- out their various departments while only being able to devote a few even-. ngs monthly to them. And it -is- no disparagement to the council men say this. .Business men or manufac-" turers :to ,work out the, details1 of their business in. such a. way as to: get the best results .had to give long ..hours every day to working out their .prob- lems, He referred to the Leth- bridge as a nine million dollar corpor- ation -based on the. last assessment' 1. INFALLIBLE FOR ECZEMA Rtmovtt Fimpits, Blotchts and Redness Jan. IfllO J troubled fop three years with Eczema on the hands, which made ier ,hands-almost, useless. The: doctor, gaye..her .several ointments, to none; of which' had any effect. He also advised her to wear-rubber gloves (she wore out -three, as a .last resort, to ihe effect waia toar- tigures, that when ,Her Jiands ,are-now cured sidered that it was conducted both" "our present" good seven men without remuaera- i health'to "-Fruit-a-tives." Everything Fixed For-a Straight American A despatch to the; Great Falls Tri- sb.une seems-, to indicate that- the, op- ponents Atberta-Montana.-Lea- gue have everything all cut -Butte, Nov. John" Mc- Closkey received, word from L. M. TJaeil, who is in Salt.Lake, saying that fans have organized a stock company to take charge of the 'base- hall there, -..which will be man- aged by "Dad" Gimlin, the-niost pop- ular man ever in baseball in Utah. Billy Neal, the well known.Pittsburg scout, will take charge" of the Great .b'alls which will he a-Pittsburg and this assures the citizens there of a strong team, as all the Pi- rate -recruits who need more season- ing will be sent to Great Falls for an- other year in the minors, Neal is now in-Chicago, .and will soon be in Mon- tana to take active charge and get his players in line for 1911. "We h'ave dropped Helena altogeth- er from our .association, and they are out of it said McClpskey this morning. "We now.! have.-eight good cities from which -to, pick six-club league, and the franchises will is- sued to six of the following: "Butte, Salt Ogden, Great Falls, Twin Falls? Missoula and Idahp Falls. The International League Is out of the question -unless they- in- tend playing outlaw- ball, as we have protection of the cities they desired 10 have in their league. I'have a let- ter from President Eckstora, of the Canadian League, in'which' .he -says that no effort will :be made to, get Mon-' tana cities over which we have pro- tection, and they .will have about the same towns as last year. We: are gd- ing ahead and will give the people good baseball next-season." tioh, and holding only-one or two. meet ings conducted, so ..well, as it is. 1 Divisions ;0f Work j Coming to the" division of work un: der the commission' form of showing..the direct respon-J Bibility of the-commissioners to i people, he forth a. couple-rof diagrams published in the- Herald.last week, and based Ms remarks pupon that. The Object in View In the case .of manufacturing panles or corporations, the single. ob- ject dividends. In the case of cities, the matter of making. it a safe and pleasant place to live in'-nas also to 'be considered, and after that the matter attaining that economicaily as possible. After dealing with the advertising aa-u. -aesthetic -.sides of the matter having the streets and public improve- ments such shape as he believed 'on- ly commission form of government could .bring- them, he took up. some of the objections to the-.plan. Objections Answered One of the most important abjec- tions (brought up was that of cost One gentleman had .objected to the plan, when ..speaking to him, on. the ground .that Lethbridge was not-big .enough for it at present, and the cost would he too great. -TaKing. the figure of .for 'a pommissibri .of as in the, nia.6 questions being sent out to the .ratepayers hy the City he said that he b'eiieved if the city-was governed-.-by .three- men. giving-.-their -whole time to- the and having the- -.whole responsibility, ,on their shoulders, that amount, and pnore .would, he-saved in a y-ear. It tl C AAft. -T.T N. JOIJBERT. look After it jn spare -Alderman King Ings Up A.dams is, all. right, ..but he .backbone enough." "We at the helm -who don't know tneir business." "I would sooner con.: jtjnue to he always in the minority jtfcan be in the majority those responsible >such ,a .mess ;ac